Babysitters In a Pinch

Jaidene Anderlini

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Jaidene is the owner of Babysitters In a Pinch, and is a contributor to the top 25 Babysitting blog sites. She has been a marketing professional both nationally and internationally. Loves family dynamics, and works hard at placing exceptional babysitters, as well as
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5 Ideas for summer childcare

Posted by Jaidene Anderlini on May 24, 2020 6:15:00 AM

Are summer camps going to be available for children this year? We won't know until Governor Polis lets us know May 25, 2020 but for now it looks like Colorado summer camps for kids may not be an option this year unless there are changes., and only a few kids will be admitted due to social distancing.

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Topics: Coronavirus, summer childcare for the summer, childcare and the coronavirus, summer childcare and coronavirus, summer childcare

7 great coronavirus dates

Posted by Jaidene Anderlini on May 8, 2020 10:00:22 AM

You May be at home but you can take time away from the kids!

Oh yeah the Coronavirus is here and it looks like it will be here for awhile but your relationship with your partner need not be sacrificed. You need time away from the kids probably now more than ever. The kids are always home, they are home for school, you're home with them working, they can't have physical plat-dates and you're organizing virtual play-dates, you're in charge of keeping them educated and entertained all the while your missing your partner besides just at bedtime. 

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Topics: babysitting, childcare, parenting, family, fun, parents working from home, take a break from the kids, babysitters in a pinch, health, Coronavirus

Dear Coronavirus

Posted by Jaidene Anderlini on Apr 25, 2020 2:33:04 PM

Dear Coronavirus,

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Topics: family, creating, thoughtful, Awareness, Community, gratefulness, Teaching, community service, appreciation, When you are sick and have children, memories, time capsules, Fathers, Dads, health, Coronavirus

The Corona Virus and Using a Babysitter

Posted by Jaidene Anderlini on Apr 17, 2020 10:34:49 AM

I know a lot of us are freaking out about the Coronavirus, and though I believe it to be serious I think the best way to handle the "crisis" is to use your common sense. There is no reason to lose our minds BUT....you don't want to spread it around either. So here are some things to consider BEFORE you schedule a babysitter for your children during this time of caution.

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Topics: safety, thoughtful, Community, community service, appreciation, babysitters In Denver CO, Child proofing, babysitters in a pinch, health, Coronavirus

The Corona Virus and Using a Babysitter

Posted by Jaidene Anderlini on Mar 13, 2020 10:28:33 AM

I know a lot of us are freaking out about the Coronavirus, and though I believe it to be serious I think the best way to handle the "crisis" is to use your common sense. There is no reason to lose our minds BUT....you don't want to spread it around either. So here are some things to consider BEFORE you schedule a babysitter for your children during this time of caution.

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Topics: safety, thoughtful, Community, community service, appreciation, babysitters In Denver CO, Child proofing, babysitters in a pinch, health, Coronavirus

more than ABC's: getting your kids ready for school

Posted by Jaidene Anderlini on Feb 21, 2020 5:37:00 AM

As parents most of us begin teaching our kids how to count, know their colors, and their ABCs but there's more to it then that to get them ready for school. Social behaviour readiness is as

 important, if not more so than abc's. I know, I just run a babysitting agency and what right do I have to speak to other topics

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Topics: parenting, success, adulthood, family, discipline, thoughtful, Awareness, Community, Teaching, independent children, Dads

3 myths dispelled when crafting with kids

Posted by Jaidene Anderlini on Feb 7, 2020 1:12:02 PM

Valentine's Day is upon us and it is one of the holidays where crafting with children is a must, exciting to plan, and helpless as to hohttps://pin.it/6jyip6dok5xjecw it will really turn out.

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Topics: parenting, raising successful adults, family, crafts, fun, creating, Hobbies, Teaching, appreciation, independent children, independent play, memories, new parents, yesmom, the next best thing, babysitters in a pinch

The Babysitter Witching Hour

Posted by Jaidene Anderlini on Jan 24, 2020 3:04:47 PM

   

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Topics: Awareness, Teaching, recruiting babysitters, independent children, babysitter expectations, High School Students, Responsible High School Students

7 Horrible Mistakes You're making with babysitters

Posted by Jaidene Anderlini on Oct 25, 2019 6:15:00 AM

Unfortunately babysitters are a necessary evil if you want to keep your sanity as a parent and keep your relationships alive and well with your partner and your friends. Parenting is one of the most difficult things you'll ever do but it can be the most rewarding also. No matter how much we love our children they are exhausting, so much energy in such tiny little bodies! So much patience required to teach, communicate, entertain, listen, enjoy, love, create.....no wonder you just want them to be on their tablets so you can have a conversation with your partner. So when you do need a babysitter, and you will, make sure you don't make these common mistakes:

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Topics: babysitters In Denver CO, take a break from the kids, Date Night, Parents night out, new parents, babysitter expectations

5 Next Best Things in Parenting

Posted by Jaidene Anderlini on Oct 18, 2019 5:15:00 AM

Look, I'm not an expert and I'm not going to present myself as such. Parents are bombarded every day with "expert" opinion on how to raise their children but can I tell you, in my humble opinion, only you, the parent, is the expert. You know yourself, your children, and family dynamic better than anyone. You know what you want for your children and the kind of parent you want to be. Trial and error, yes error, is what will guide your success and create a parent that your children will love and respect as they get older. I know it is difficult to hear that your children are basically a social experiment but it is true. People, and of course children, are unpredictable and how actions and words are perceived by each individual is unpredictable. For example, I was talking to my niece who happens to be visually impaired the other day and she related a story to me about when she was in high school she got a good score on a science exam and the teacher said to the whole class afterwards: "You should  be ashamed of yourselves with your scores. (My nieces name is being changed for privacy) Clara outscored all of you and she is virtually blind." Now this was supposed to be a compliment to Clara but she teared up when she told me because she took it to mean that if a blind girl can do well then you sighted people should have done better. Like because she's blind she should have been too stupid to get high marks on a test. Now that isn't at all what the teacher meant but that is how she took it. image courtesy of Nicole Schwartz book with the same name

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Topics: thoughtful, Awareness, Community, appreciation, Style, independent children, memories, new parents, yesmom, the next best thing